All the games shown are also coming to Game Pass.
Xbox and Bethesda Games hosted the Developer Direct showcase Wednesday, showing off the upcoming games coming to the Xbox Series X|S and PC. The short event featured Minecraft Legends, Forza Motorsports, Hi-Fi Rush, Elder Scrolls Online and Redfall, and all the games will be available on Game Pass.
Mojan will release a new version of its popular Minecraft game focusing more on player-vs.-player combat. Minecraft Legends adds a new multiplayer mode to the game, with players teaming up to take down the piglin bases. The game launched on April 18.
The next game in the sim racing series will have more cars and new driving physics to offer a more realistic driving experience. Some new game footage was shown during the event, but no release date was announced.
A new, visually unique rhythm action game from Tango Gameworks made its debut at the show and will be available on Xbox and PC Game Pass sometime Wednesday.
A new expansion is coming to The Elder Scrolls Online. Necrom comes out June 20 and will add a new class, the Arcanist, and take place in eastern Morrowind. Those wanting to catch up on the Elder Scrolls Online will be able to experience previously released expansions for a limited time.
Arkane Studios' Redfall was again shown off during an Xbox event, with more of the game's combat and enemies explained. More importantly, the developer revealed the game's release date: May 2.